Divided back, used postcard. Postmarked June 7, 1913 from Cleveland, Ohio. Publisher: Wm. Frank, Cleveland, OH. Number or series: 1361 – 5.
The publisher logo is eye-catching and worth cropping to highlight below.
The card appears to be addressed to: “Mr. Ernest Hain, 312 West 24th St., New York.” Though no records were found under this name or Haim, Hamm etc. that might fit for location and time frame.
The sender, whose name we’re guessing to be Edgar, wrote in french: “Ca va bien mais seulement il fait très sec dans la journée. les salutations de ton ami Edgar.”
“Everything’s going well but it’s very dry during the day, regards from your friend Edgar.”
Five of six…
As for the subject on the front of the postcard, the Rocky River Bridge or Detroit Rocky River Bridge (1910 – 1980) was the fifth (of six) bridges to be built at this location that crosses the Rocky River, connecting the Ohio cities of Rocky River and Lakewood. It was replaced in 1980 by its current structure. The old bridge in the postcard was a record-holder for a time: When it was completed in 1910, it was, “the longest stretch of unreinforced concrete in the world” at 208 feet.
Source: The Cleveland Historical Team, “Detroit Rocky River Bridge.” (clevelandhistorical.org). Accessed June 9, 2017.